Grove is well known for the very good behaviour of our children. Our children are friendly, kind towards each other and show high levels of enjoyment in school. If you are concerned about anything please let your child’s classteacher know. Our behaviour policy is designed to enable all children to develop self discipline. All staff expect high expectations of behaviour and reward good behaviour.
As pupils, staff, parents and visitors,
• we treat others as we would like to be treated
• we are kind and don’t hurt others or their feelings
• we respect all property
• we always try to do our best
• we are honest and tell the truth
• we are good listeners and thoughtful speakers.
For more information about our behaviour policy please go to the parents tab/ school policies.
Grove School is committed to providing a caring, friendly and safe environment for all children so they can learn in a safe and nurturing atmosphere. Bullying or harassment of any kind is unacceptable. If bullying does occur, all children and parents should be able to report it in the knowledge that incidents will be dealt with promptly and effectively. This is a telling school. This means that anyone who knows that bullying is happening to themselves or anyone else, is expected to tell the staff. There is zero tolerance of bullying in the school and any cases reported are dealt with effectively.
What Is Bullying?
Bullying involves any repeated action on the part of one or more persons that victims find extremely hurtful. It should be noted that the above definition would, therefore, exclude one off events and could in some cases, perhaps, involve the so-called ‘bully’ or ‘bullies’ not realising the significance of their action.
For further advice please feel free to visit the websites below, and also look at our school policies for our Behaviour policy and Equal Opportunities policy.
Bullying UK Helpline 0808 800 2222
Anti bullying week for 2017 is 13th - 17th November. This year the theme is ' Power For Good' and aims to support children by understanding the ways in which they are powerful and encouraging individual and collective action to stop bullying.
Behaviour policy September 2017